Nabid Yeasin | The Daily Star
  • Nabid Yeasin

  • NCL: Indeed a serious business!

    At the start of yesterday, all the fuss was about the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) taking action against premier all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan for allegedly breaching his contract to sign a sponsorship deal with a top mobile phone operator.
  • Will be happy only after implementation: Shakib

    A positive vibe prevailed from the morning yesterday with indications that a resolution regarding the national cricketers’ strike that started on Monday would be reached by the end of the day and such was the case -- with the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) agreeing to nine of the 11 initial demands but not before 11:00pm.
  • BCB beep-ing to the right beat

    The recent fuss in the country’s cricket fraternity seems to be over the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s newly-set requirements for the beep test that must be met in order to play in the National Cricket League (NCL), scheduled to begin next month.
  • Can Domingo change the mindset?

    When Bangladesh were pitted against Afghanistan for a one-off Test series followed by a T20I tri-series involving the duo and the low-ranked Zimbabweans, many thought it would be a great opportunity for a declining Tigers to get back into their groove after a
  • A new high in humiliation

    Everything was working fine for Bangladesh on the fifth day of their one-off Test against Afghanistan until the rain that had marred most of the day’s play, seeming to answer most Bangladesh players’ and fans’ prayers, stopped and play resumed at 4:20 pm with 18.3 overs more to be played at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium yesterday.